It has a simple interface and takes care of everything for the user. Also, it has a reasonable price.
With its simple interface, AntiLogger attempts to provide your computer with a different layer of security from other similar products. The program operates as an active defense which, opposed to a reactive one, could be the answer to security problems.
AntiLogger takes care of complex tasks like detecting and isolating keystroke monitoring bugs, screen-capture-making viruses, and other unwanted attackers, so users are given simple choices that make defense easy. Users are given the choice of running only certain defenses or select from a brief list of customizations.
While the limited flexibility makes this an ideal program for all level of users, those used to the look of traditional security programs, which show how many files have been scanned and how long you have until completion, may not like the static look of AntiLogger. The application has a 21-day trial version for those who just want to test it.